London (1932) Ending the depression through planned ...
Planned Obsolescence By Bernard London, 1932 Frank V. Vanderlip, former President of the National City Bank, of New York, characterized this as a stupid depression. He emphasized the fact that millions were suffering amidst glutted markets and surpluses. The new paradox of plenty constitutes a challenge to revolutionize our economic thinking.
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